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image map

(World-Wide Web)
An image in an HTML document with "hot spots" which when clicked on in a suitable browser, act as anchors or links to other information. For example, an image of a map of the world might provide links to resources related to different countries. Clicking on a country would take the user to the relevant information.

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Then click on "Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan" for a clickable map of the United States.
In the form of a clickable map, Certification Map provides information on the procedures for becoming a teacher and teacher certification guidelines for any state.
The home page also features a clickable map of the District showing its eight wards (divisions of the city).
A clickable map links to individual state data organized into online state profiles.
In our continuing efforts to help CPAs and CPA firms navigate the new world of mobility, the AICPA has created a clickable map with links that describe the basic components of state mobility provisions and provide supplemental information.
A clickable map assists the visitors in locating detailed contact information so users are directed to the appropriate location/contact.
At the time this was written, there was a clickable map about halfway down the home page that will take you to the contact information and home page of each state's Dam Safety page.
This would enable much greater accuracy for place-searching images, using GeoScience Gazetteer maps to create a clickable map of Australia populated with relevant images.
I managed to find the stop I wanted on the clickable map of Cardiff.
For additional information and a clickable map of the regulations, log on to DFG's Web site at www.
The Regional Information page features a clickable map that directs visitors to areas providing information specific to each region, such as text summarizing the causes, effects, and extent of desertification for the region selected; action programs to combat and control the condition in the region; and reports submitted to the UNCCD Conference of the Parties.